Wix is probably the biggest online site builder there is right now.
According to their own statistics, they have reached 110 million user mark in 2017. This figure is naturally way bigger when compared to some of its competitors like Weebly (over 30 million users) or Squarespace (“millions of users”).
In this Wix review, I’ll share what I think about this platform, its main features and whether it’s a good fit for your next web platform.
There were times when I didn’t appreciate the support of a product or service that much. All I cared about was features, and how much they cost. I also thought that I was technically competent enough to overcome any technical obstacles.
Creating a website is not enough anymore. Nor is it enough to have a site that is dynamically updated or mobile-responsive. You need something more.
This “more” is the ability to extend your web presence by providing some cool functionality to your site.So, if you are a Wix user, what can you do to extend the functionality of your site?
Right after I had started to explore online site builders, I noticed that these tools had standardized ways of creating sites.
However, I soon realized that some of these builders were providing new and innovative ways to let their users create their websites. More specifically, these builders were Wix and Jimdo.